Manitoba member Angela Narth is one of twenty-six contributors to a brilliant new anthology Writing After Retirement: Tips from Successful Retired Writers, edited by Carol Smallwood and Christine Redman-Waldeyer. Released in September 2014 from Rowman & Littlefield, this anthology is poised to...
Jean Rae Baxter
Jean Rae Baxter (née Fox) was born in Toronto but grew up in Hamilton. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in English from the University of Toronto and a B.Ed degree from Queen’s. She is an ex-copywriter and ex-teacher. Married to a Queen’s University English professor, she lived for many years in the Kingston area. Following her return to Hamilton in 1996, she kept the promise she had made to herself and began to write in earnest. As Co-chair of the Arts Hamilton Literary Advisory Committee and one of the organizers of the LiT LiVe Reading Series, Baxter is an active member of Hamilton’s writing community.